1817 – J. Thomson – Poland
The map of Poland, Prussia, Russia and surrounding regions. Thomson’s map covers Poland following Napoleonic Wars and the treaties of the 1815 Congress of Vienna. Color coding identifies the powers that controlled each part of Poland with yellow representing Russia, Austrian claims in red and German dominions in green.
Comes from John Thomson’s atlas “A New General Atlas, Consisting of a Series of Geographical Designs, on Various Projections, Exhibiting the Form and Component Parts of the Globe” engraved by N. R. Hewitt and published in London, 1817.
Cartographer: John Thomson (1777 – 1837)
Sheet size: 71,7 x 54,2 cm
Technique: steel engraving
This is an original antique map published in 1817 and NOT a modern copy or reprint
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